A view from the frontline of child brain injury care by Katy James, head of The Children’s Trust Brain Injury Community Service. Published in NR Times.
Katie, mum of Addison, shared her story of her daughter’s epilepsy and brain injury when she'd just turned three. Addie is now nearly seven years old – Katies shares an update.
Connor Lynes had a stroke following a rugby tackle. Since then he has worked tirelessly to raise awareness of childhood stroke and brain injury.
Following her brain injury Chloe spent a year in hospital then had residential rehabilitation at The Children’s Trust. Mum Sara looks back at their hospital experience and shares Chloe’s progress.
Charlotte continues her blog on learning to drive following a brain injury.
Charlotte, now in her twenties, had a brain injury at the age of 11. In a two-part series Charlotte talks about learning to drive.
Mum Marie's account of finding support and the effects of her son’s stroke at the age of six.
Millie was 18 months old when encephalitis resulted in a brain injury. Millie is now eight – mum Sam shares her story in a Q&A.
Daisy had a stroke when she was 21 months old. Now aged 12, Daisy and her mum Eileen tell us about their lives and what they enjoy.
Josef was 12 years old when he suffered a brain injury after falling off his scooter. Mum Carlie tells us what happened.